Some of the best philosophers are bears: Introducing Mawson Bear

Here is some of the text of an interview by Rachel Nightingale, author of the Tales of Tarya, of Mark, Mawson Bear’s Guardian. ‘Mawson is the proud author of It’s a bright world to feel lost in, published by Publisher Obscura. This is a beautiful philosophical book in the vein of The blue day book by Bradley Trevor Grieve. It is the perfect sort of book to buy … Continue reading Some of the best philosophers are bears: Introducing Mawson Bear

Songlines, The Sentinels of Eden Book 1, by Carolyn Denman

I got four angry strides away before Harry changed the course of my life with six easy words. “Can you hear the river crying?” Lainie, Ch. 8 From Back Cover Description: ‘In the heart of the Wimmera region of Victoria, an ancient gateway to Eden is kept hidden and safe by a creature so powerful that even the moon would obey her commands – at least it would … Continue reading Songlines, The Sentinels of Eden Book 1, by Carolyn Denman

Altaica, Book 1 in the Chronicles of Altaica, by Tracy M. Joyce

Your reviewer made a classic blunder when buying Book One of the Chronicles of  Altaica: not getting Books Two and Three at the same time. And I made another blunder on opening it for ‘just a quick look’ at lunchtime. I was embroiled in desperate situations on page 38 before realising I was way late for work. Quick peeks are not going to work for you … Continue reading Altaica, Book 1 in the Chronicles of Altaica, by Tracy M. Joyce

The Ouroboros Key, by Patricia Leslie

The Ouroboros Key, published by Odyssey Books,  blends Sumerian mythology, esoteric Templar secrets,  and a detective story, all played out in the mountains of modern day Colorado. Before Dan Tenney can understand the strange dreams he’s had all his life, he’s attacked by an enigmatic group, the Brotherhood of the Grail.  When he is whisked away from them to underground sanctuary by an even less … Continue reading The Ouroboros Key, by Patricia Leslie